Hyundai i40 Tourer

Hyundai i40 Tourer review

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Do you remember a time when your drive across Europe to a sunny holiday destination was almost exclusive carried out by an estate car? When you’d pull up on the ferry next to a sea of them? These days, the estate is losing out to the SUV, but they’re still on sale and they still make a lot of sense.

The Hyundai i40 Tourer is an attractive proposition for families. It’s competitively priced, well-equipped and spacious inside, but it needs to stand out next to strong competition such as the Ford Mondeo Estate, Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer and the simply cavernous Skoda Superb Estate.

There are four trims to choose from, plus two versions of a single engine, so read on for which version to buy, along with how the i40 Tourer drives, what it’s like inside and how much it’ll cost you to run. Head over to our new car deals page to find some hefty discounts off list price if you do want an i40 Tourer.

 

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The cheapest way into an i40, S trim comes with 16in alloy wheels, air-con, auto headli...View trim
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This is the sweet spot of the range. It adds 17in alloy wheels, an electric driver’s se...View trim
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Adds leather seats with ventilated front seats and an electric front passenger seat and...View trim
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Range-topping trim gets 18in alloys, rear side airbags, lane departure warning, a panor...View trim
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